Brittany Snow


Character: Lucy

Brittany Snow is one of the brightest and most engaging acting talents to emerge in recent years, having starred opposite Anna Kendrick in Universal Pictures’ hit musical-comedy “Pitch Perfect.” She has wrapped productions on additional films awaiting release including “Syrup” opposite Kellan Lutz and Amber Heard and the thriller titled “Would You Rather” where she also took on the role of Executive Producer. With regard to television projects, Snow was seen this season on the FOX series “Ben & Kate” in a recurring stint and was just tapped to star opposite Catherine O’Hara in the half-hour FOX / WBTV/ Lin Pictures pilot, “To My Future Assistant.”

Snow appeared as the lead roles in “96 Minutes”, “Janie Jones”, “Petunia” and the Independent Spirit Award-nominated feature, “The Vicious Kind”, which premiered to rave reviews in Sundance 2009. Prior to that, Brittany starred in the box office hit, “Prom Night”, and the well-received indie film, “Finding Amanda”, opposite Matthew Broderick. Snow’s other notable film credits include New Line Cinema’s “Hairspray”, playing ‘Amber Von Tussle,’ the daughter of Michelle Pfeiffer’s character, ‘Velma Von Tussle,’ the FOX movie, “John Tucker Must Die”, which was her first leading film role and had made her big-screen debut in the box-office hit, “The Pacifier”, for Disney opposite Vin Diesel. Brittany has additionally starred on NBC’s dramedy, “Harry’s Law”, opposite Kathy Bates and appeared in a recurring role as ‘Matt’s’ neo-nazi girlfriend on FX’s hit original series, “Nip/Tuck.” Snow also starred in the NBC series “American Dreams” as ‘Meg Pryor,’ a teen in the 60’s struggling to find balance between her family’s strict upbringing and her own desires as a young woman. Snow began her television career on the daytime soap, “Guiding Light.”

In September 2010, Brittany founded the movement, Love Is Louder, in association with MTV and The Jed Foundation to build on the outpouring of support online after the lives of multiple teenagers were lost to suicide that month. This movement has already impacted the lives of millions and invites anyone who has ever felt mistreated, misunderstood or isolated into the conversation.